Kendall Jenner Makes Milan Fashion Week Debut, Rocks the Fendi Runway

18-year-old model previously appeared at New York Fashion Week, where she walked in the Marc Jacobs show

By Alyssa Toomey Sep 18, 2014 3:59 PMTags
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And once again, Kendall Jenner is taking the catwalk by storm. 

The 18-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who has been inundating her résumé with an impressive list of modeling accomplishments as of late, made her Milan Fashion Week Womenswear spring-summer 2014 debut where she rocked the runway during the Fendi show. 

The fashion show, which was opened by Cara Delevigne, also featured top models Georgia May Jagger, Joan Smalls and Binx Walton, who all flaunted Fendi creative director Karl Lagerfeld's latest creations, which are all inspired by Italian architecture. 

Kim Kardashian's little sis exuded model confidence as she walked down the runways, sporting bright blue eye makeup, a graphic print tee, strappy brown high-heels and a loose Lagerfeld-approved ponytail. 

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Prior to jetting off to Milan, fashion's new It Girl strutted her stuff—sans makeup!—at the Marc Jacobs show during New York Fashion Week with fellow top models Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima and Gigi Hadid

But that's just the beginning of Jenner's long list of model accomplishments. In addition to posing topless for a number of high-profile fashion campaigns, she has also landed the September cover of Teen Vogue—an added testament to her consistent hard work to make it in the modeling industry. 

"She is great, just great. She is amazing," Tommy Hilfiger recently gushed to E! News of the brunette beauty, who also walked in his own show (in a bikini!) at New York Fashion Week. "She is a great model and she is a sweetheart. She is going to be a big star!

"She thanked me!" the designer continued of the E! star, who previously dropped her last name professionally. "Out of all the models only Kendall and Georgia May Jagger thanked me for putting them in the show. And you don't really always get that from lots of models and lots of superstars, so they were very appreciative, very polite and very nice."

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